Cat Tales Zoological Park offering free admission in exchange for flowers
MEAD, Wash. — Cat Tales Zoological Park is offering a deal to visitors through the end of May.
Visitors can get free admission to the park in exchange for a plant or flower to help bring some springtime color to the zoo. The more flowers you bring, the more the zoo sings of spring, and the more people can enter the park.
Here are the details:
— Seeds are not counted toward free admission, only plants ready to be planted, plants in pots or dirt for planting.
— While all plants are welcome, the park would love flowers, bushes and any other beautifying plant that can help “spring” up the place.
— Local species are most welcome: including, bleeding hearts, bluebells, buttercups, hyacinths, daisies, ferns and violets.
— Admission for one: small ready-for-planting plants or an average size bag of soil
— Admission for two: medium ready-for-planting plants or potted medium plants
— Admission for three: hanging baskets
— Admission for four: large pre-built potted plants or two large bags of soil
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